There's an ever-growing spice cabinet in the kitchen of Hilltop Indian Cuisine. That's because the restaurant's chefs continually import herbs and spices directly from India, ensuring authentic flavors and aromas in each dish. Specialties range from sumptuous entrees such as curried goat and rustic country chicken to tiffins?light snacks such as savory crepes or potato fritters that are meant to be eaten between meals or thrown in the early stages of food fights. Mouthwatering Indian cuisine isn't the only reason to visit, though; the eatery also draws crowds with its chic interior and a patio that offers sweeping views of the surrounding landscape.
The chefs at Ohry's Indian Cuisine create southern and northern Indian dishes flavored with unique combinations of spices and ingredients. Specialty entrees include a wide variety of vegetarian options, such as the mushroom masala or stir-fried vegetables, and Chinese specialties also extend the borders of the expansive menu.
Chefs at Bombay Chopstix give classic Chinese dishes an infusion of Indian spice, filling their menu with more than 35 casual fusion plates. For stir-fried entrees, they slather sauces such as sweet and sour or sichuan onto Indian-derived proteins such as lamb or paneer cheese as well as more traditional veggies, chicken, and shrimp. With the chicken 65 appetizer, they toss subcontinental spices such as cumin and fresh curry leaves into a sizzling wok. By prepping meals swiftly, chefs aim to provide guests with a myriad of dining options, like a Lazy Susan stacked with T-bone steaks.
MasalaWok® is a Casual Asian and Indian Diner featuring best of Asian and Indian dishes. Asian menu features a blend of typical Asian and Indian inspired Chinese dishes. Indian menu features traditional curries prepared with fresh herbs and seasonings, and meats cooked in tandoor oven.
The culinary artisans at Kokila Indian Cuisine prepare a bevy of dishes with influences from different geographical areas within India. Experience a flash of taste with an appetizer of crispy onions fried in lentil batter ($4.50) or gobi Manchuria, deep-fried, soy-sauce-infused cauliflower cooked under intense heat in the desert for which it is named ($7.50). Rise above hunger with a hearty entree of eight marinated jumbo shrimp ($14.95) while obviating pangs of thirst with a refreshing mango lassi ($3), or placate grumbling tummies with a plate of garbanzo beans accoutered with sautéed onions and tomatoes in a medium spicy sauce ($9.95). Indian cuisine neophytes, meanwhile, can try a first-timer special, which consists of soup, vegetable pakoras, vegetable kurma curry, chicken tikka masala, naan, an instruction manual, and rice ($14.95).